Lara Lessmann got picked up by Red Bull Germany a few months ago. For a female freestyle rider representing Red Bull is a big deal. Lara is shooting for the Tokyo Olympics to represent Germany and got her first Olympic taste at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires where she picked up a Gold. See what makes Lara tick by checking her Last Call interview....
Last contest you entered? Lara Lessmann: Simple Session 2020
Vans BMX Pro Cup, the world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition landed in Stuttgart, Germany on June 14 for the first time ever in the series’ history, hosted at the brand new Waiblingen BMX Park. The competition kicked off with the Regional Qualifiers on June 14, followed by the Women’s Pro Cup Finals and Men’s Pro Cup Semi-Finals on June 15.
A packed Regional Qualifiers produced an awe-inspiring spectacle of riding as 72 competitors from 17 different countries battled it out for a place in the Vans BMX Pro Cup Finals. It was Brazil’s Cauan Madaona who took the first place, a real pleasure to watch, he impressed the judges with his effortless style and flow, landing his tricks to perfection. Madaona was joined by Czech Republic’s Zdenda
Name: Paul Thölen Age: 20 Hometown: Viersen, Germany Hook-ups/Sponsors: Redbull, Vans, Tall Order, Sport Import Distro, Reell Jeans
The favorite list:
-Spot to ride: Ruben Bowl Malaga -BMX video: I rewatched Ruben Alcantara’s grounded part a few weeks ago, and it still blew my mind. -Website: FATBMX, Freedombmx, Vitalbmx -Food: I Love Kebab, but mom's food is pretty good too. -Twitter to follow: I don’t have twitter -Travel destination: New Zealand for sure. -Riders to ride with: All the Viersen Locals. And basically everyone else. -Car: I love old VW buses. If anyone reads this, please give me one. -Movie: Chasing Mavericks
Nach fast vierjähriger Schaffenspause ist Christopher Bauer wieder am Start und fährt, als wäre er nie weg gewesen. Für dieses Video hat er sich einen Tag lang Deutschlands größten Betonpark vorgeknöpft, den Skatepark Eller in Düsseldorf. Willkommen zurück, Christopher!
Don’t let the title fool you – Sunday loves Germany. We met the raddest people, rode the sickest spots, and went 250 KPH on the Autobahn…. Really I don’t think we could have picked a better destination for our ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY victory trip and DIG BMX TERRITORIES #3.
Do you remember the first BMX event you went to this year and how did it go? Rebecca Berg: My first event this year was the Vans Pro Cup in Malaga. It seemed like the whole Bmx scene went there and it was a blast. We did a girls jam and everybody killed it.
How many weekends/days were you away from home and at a BMX jam/contest or on tour? Rebecca Berg: I was on the road for about 4 weeks in total.